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State of Georgia

2007 total: 10
2010 total: 18
Total institutions in state: 56
Percent with Black Studies: 32.14%

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Black Studies in Georgia
* Agnes Scott College, Africana Studies
* Clark Atlanta University, African and African American Studies
* Emory University, African American Studies Department
* Georgia College and State University, Africana Studies Program
* Georgia Institute of Technology, African-American Studies
* Georgia Southern University, Center for Africana Studies
* Georgia State University, African-American Studies
* Morehouse College, African American Studies Department
* Savannah State University, Africana Studies
* University of Georgia, Institute for African American Studies
* Atlanta Metropolitan College, African American Studies
* East Georgia College, Minority Advising Program
* Fort Valley State University, African American and Diaspora Studies track
* Kennesaw State University, African and African American Studies Minor
* Mercer University, Africana Studies
* Spelman College, The African Diaspora & The World Program
* University of West Georgia, Africana Studies
* Valdosta State University, African American Studies

Institutions in Georgia without Black Studies
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College,
Albany State University,
Andrew College,
Armstrong Atlantic State University,
Augusta State University,
Bainbridge College,
Berry College,
Brenau University,
Clayton State University,
College of Coastal Georgia,
Columbus State University,
Covenant College,
Dalton State College,
Darton College,
Emmanuel College,
Gainesville State College,
Georgia Gwinnett College,
Georgia Highlands College,
Georgia Perimeter College,
Georgia Southwestern State University,
Gordon College,
LaGrange College,
Macon State College,
Morris Brown College,
North Georgia College and State University,
Oglethorpe University,
Paine College,
Piedmont College,
Reinhardt College,
Shorter College,
South Georgia College,
Southern Catholic College,
Southern Polytechnic State University,
Thomas University,
Toccoa Falls College,
Waycross College,
Wesleyan College,
Young Harris College,